Translation of cohabitation in Spanish:


cohabitación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkoʊhæbɪˈteɪʃ(ə)n/ /kəʊhabɪˈteɪʃ(ə)n/

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    cohabitación feminine formal
    • He was compelled to endure an uncomfortable cohabitation with his political foes.
    • The uneasy cohabitation of the political and the religious has posed fundamental questions about power, authority, and human suffering.
    • Despite the repeated attempts to the serene and joint cohabitation of peoples, peace is possible and right.
    • The country is currently governed by a cohabitation arrangement in which the president and prime minister belong to rival parties.
    • Tribal life centered on a social system that put a premium on cooperation and cohabitation over conflict and competition.
    • The issue of peaceful cohabitation of the various peoples that have inhabited the region for centuries has been intensified.
    • The prospect of another paralyzing cohabitation between a president and National Assembly of opposed political camps might bring about a change of heart.
    • How are patterns of cohabitation influenced by dissimilarity of species?
    • The artist's work engages with the productive cohabitation of birds and humans in the countryside.
    • The world environment includes the cohabitation of animals, plants, and humans.